Breaking News: Seattle Seahawks Trade Seneca Wallace to the Cleveland Browns

March 9, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

ESPN's Adam Schefter has reported that the rumor has become reality: The Seattle Seahawks have dealt backup quarterback Seneca Wallace to the Cleveland Browns for an undisclosed draft pick.
With 11 draft picks, this acquisition certainly wasn't costly for Browns President Mike Holmgren as a potential short-term answer at quarterback. Wallace is someone who is familiar with Holmgren's West Coast offense—which, to some degree, will surely be employed.
This trade surely spells the end for Derek Anderson. That was already a given, but this is just the final nail in the coffin.
Wallace leaves the Seahawks after an eight-year stint as a backup to Matt Hasselbeck. He is certainly an upgrade over the Browns current options and is likely not the last QB Holmgren will add. Look for him to bring someone else in to compete with Wallace in training camp, along with Brady Quinn—if he doesn't get shipped out, too.
He has a fairly decent career stat line that includes ...

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